Terrorists and Tourist Traps

In Brussels, as the Christmas lights twinkle among the sunset of the Christmas markets, the dust settles on the major terrorist attacks of the past eighteen months. Over a year since the Paris attacks, and six months since the Nice attacks, the aftershocks continue to run through the European tourism industry. Owner of several small…

The Meme-ing of Life: The Reform Copyright War

Outdated laws in some member states could make you a criminal for sharing photos of the Eiffel Tower at night, a delinquent for posting a meme, and a teacher an outlaw for screening educational films for students. Under new EU legislation promising “wider online access to works by users across the EU” copyright law will…